George Zimmerman Arrested For Stalking Private Investigator Perhaps no single event has had more bearing on Stand Your Ground laws than the death of Trayvon Martin. Portrayed by the media as a sweet, innocent kid who was brutally attacked for no reason by a racist, George Zimmerman, Martin’s death launched the whole Black Lives Matter movement. Zimmerman was arrested and put through hell, only for the jury to see the truth; Martin assaulted Zimmerman, smashing his head into the concrete sidewalk until Zimmerman fired his weapon. For many of us, however, Zimmerman may have been justified in shooting, but he’s never been a good example of self-defense. For example, he was instructed by the 9-1-1 operator to remain in his vehicle, which was sound advice. Instead, he decided to follow Martin which led to the assault. Still, Zimmerman was defending himself, even if he didn’t make the best decisions leading up to that moment. Now, Zimmerman’s seeming lack of impulse control has landed him in some hot water that he may not be able to get out of. This time, he’s been accused of stalking. Fifty-five calls, 67 text messages, 36 voicemails and 27 emails in just nine days. That’s what to expect from George Zimmerman if you get on his bad side, according to a Seminole County sheriff’s report obtained by Oxygen.com. Zimmerman, who was cleared of murder charges for the 2012 shooting of Trayvon Martin, now faces a misdemeanor stalking charge for allegedly harassing and threatening Dennis Albert Warren, a private investigator, in Seminole County, Florida. Warren told police he initially contacted Zimmerman in September 2017 to ask if he would participate in a TV documentary about Martin’s death. The film, “Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story,” is executive produced by Jay-Z and will air in July. Zimmerman became incensed, apparently because Warren had visited Zimmerman’s uncle in his home.